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CERTIFICATES

Digital Broadcast Arts gives you the opportunity to get your AA degree.
You can also get a “Certificate of Achievement” or Certificate of Proficiency”.

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Or contact the Media Studies Department for further information.
(769) 744-1150, ext. 2440 Office: P-31


Associate in Arts Degrees –
AA Degree requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages).
• Radio and Television

Associate in Science Degrees –
AS Degree requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages).
• Digital Video

Certificates of Achievement –
Certificate of Achievement requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages).
• Digital Video
• Entertainment Technology
• Radio and Television

Certificates of Proficiency –
Certificates of Proficiency requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages).
• Broadcast Journalism
• Digital Media

 Digital Video

Digital Video encompasses editing and design in using both digital and analog media. This degree prepares students for employment in the film, video, Internet, and television industries.

Digital Video A.S. Degree Major or Certificate of Achievement is also listed under Graphic Communications-Multimedia and Web.

A.S. DEGREE MAJOR OR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Total Units 24

Program Requirements
GCIP 140
GCMW 165
GCMW 204
GCMW 205
DBA/CINE 125
DBA 230
DBA 270
DBA 275
Digital Imaging/Photoshop I
Digital Video Design
Motion Graphics for Multimedia
Digital Video for Multimedia
Beginning Film andVideo Field Production
Digital Audio with Pro Tools
Digital Video Editing
Avid Editing for Television and Film
Electives
ARTI 246
ARTI 247
DT 180GCIP 152
GCIP 240
GCMW 101
GCMW 108
GCMW 201
GCMW 203
GCMW 208
DBA 50
DBA 110
ENTT/DBA 120
DBA 150
DBA/CINE 170 DBA/CINE 225 
(2 courses required, 6 units minimum)
Digital 3D Design and Modeling
Digital 3D Design and Animation
3D Studio Max – Introduction to
3D Modeling and Animation
Digital Publishing/Illustrator I
Digital Imaging/Photoshop III
Multimedia I
Web Motion Graphics I
Multimedia II
Web Multimedia
Web Motion Graphics II
Basic Television Acting
Broadcast Writing and Producing
Basic Television Production
Performance and Acting for Broadcast and Film
Introduction toVideo Editing
Intermediate Film andVideo Field Production

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Radio and Television
Provides entry-level skills in the field of digital radio and television broadcasting. Offers hands on expereince in digital broadcasting including television news and sports. Broadcast journalism is a strong component of the program.

*Students who are not planning to transfer to four-year university and who have a ratio emphasis may substitue DBA 230 for DBA 220.

A.A. DEGREE MAJOR OR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Total Units 30

Program Requirements
DBA 100
DBA 110
DBA/ENTT 120
DBA/ENTT 130
DBA/CINE 170
DBA 220* DBA 230
DBA 240A
DBA 298A
Introduction to Radio and TV
Broadcast Writing and Producing
Digital Television Production
Radio Production
Introduction to Video Editing
Advanced Digital Television Production
or
Digital Audio with Pro Tools
Basic Television News/Sports
Beginning Broadcast Internship
Electives
DBA 100L
DBA/ENTT 103
DBA 135A
DBA 135B
DBA 135C
DBA 135D
DBA 140
DBA 150
DBA/CINE 170
DBA 180
DBA230
DBA 240B
DBA 240C
DBA 240D
DBA 270
DBA 275
DBA 298B
BUS 150
CINE/DBA 115
CINE/DBA 125
CINE/DBA 225
TA/ENTT 107
TA/ENTT 108 
(Select 6 Units)
Introduction to Radio and Television Laboratory
Introduction to Audio-Visual Systems
Basic Radio Station Operations
Beginning Radio Station Operations
Intermediate Radio Station Operations
Advanced Radio Station Operations
Radio News
Performance and Acting for Broadcast and Film
Introduction to Video Editing
Sports Broadcasting
Digital Audio with Pro Tools
Beginning Television News/Sports
Intermediate Television News/Sports
Advanced Television News/Sports
Digital Video Editing
Avid Editing for Television and Film
Intermediate Broadcast Internship
Advertising
Creative Writing for Television and Cinema
Beginning Film and Video Field Production
Intermediate Film and Video Field Production
Lighting for Stage and Television
Stagecraft & Scene Design for Theatre & Television

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entertainment Technology
This program will prepare students for employment in the fields of entertainment technologies at entry level. The areas of potential employment include theme parks, casinos, cruise ships, concerts, gallery display and design, event installations, live event technical support, and theatre venues providing non-theatre related events. Basic rigging and production safety will be a component of this program.

Entertainment Technology Certificate of Achievement also listed in Entertainment Technology and in Theatre Arts.

CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Total Units 33

Program Requirements
CSNT 110
DBA 100
DBA/ENTT 120
ENTT/TA 105
ENTT/TA 107
TA/ENTT/MUS 112
TA/DNCE/ENTT 124
TA192A
Hardware and O.S. Fundamentals
Introduction to Radio and TV
Digital Television Production
Introduction to Technical Theatre
Lighting for Stage and Television
Basic Sound Reinforcement
Beginning Stage Management
Technical Theatre Practicum I
Electives
TA/FASH 106
TA/ENTT 108
TA/FASH 109
TA 111
TA/ENTT/ MUS 114
TA/ENTT 170
TA/ENTT 171
TA 192B
TA 192C
TA 192D
DBA/ENTT 103
DBA/ENTT 130
DBA 230
DBA 298A
DBA 298B
DBA/ENTT 298C
FASH 126
FASH 135
FASH 139
WELD 100
(select 10 units)
Elementary Stage Costume
Stagecraft and Scene Design for Theatre and Television
Elementary Stage Make-Up
Technical Theatre Production
Advanced Sound Reinforcement
Computer Aided Drafting for Theatre
Advanced Lighting Lab
Technical Theatre Practicum II
Technical Theatre Practicum III
Technical Theatre Practicum IV
Introduction to Audio-Visual Systems
Radio Production
Digital Audio with Pro Tools
Beginning Broadcast Internship
Intermediate Broadcast Internship
Advanced Broadcast Internships
Fashion Show Presentation
Basic Sewing Construction
Pattern Making/Fashion Design
Welding I

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Broadcast Journalism

Provides a background in print journalism and broadcast journalism: practical experience in gathering, writing, editing and producing news. This certificate prepares students for employment in the television news industry.

The Broadcast Journalism Certificate of Proficiency is also listed under Journalism.

CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY
Total Units 15

Program Requirements
JOUR 101
JOUR 105
DBA/ENTT 120
DBA 240B
DBA 240D
News Writing and Reporting
Newspaper Production
Digital Television Production
Beginning Television News/Sports
Advanced Television News/Sports

 

 

 

 

Digital Media
Digital Media encompasses digital video editing in both analog and digital media. The certificate prepares students for employment in the film, video, Internet, and television industries. Major growth in this industry is anticipated as Internet and television merge into one medium.

Digital Media Certificate of Proficiency is also listed under Graphic Communica- tions-Multimedia and Web.

CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY
Total Units 17

Program Requirements
CINE/DBA 125
GCMW 204
GCMW 205
DBA 270DBA 275
Beg Film/Video Field Production
Motion Graphics for Multimedia
Digital Video for Multimedia
Digital Video Editing
Avid Editing for Television & Film